Now what are they really trying to say?
- Does this statement really mean "I am desperate, please buy my house?"
- Does it say "I know my house is over priced so you decide the price and make me an offer?"
Webster back in 1913 "Not excessive or immoderate; within due limits; proper; as, a reasonable demand, amount, price. [1913 Webster]"
I know that in the past 96 years or so the English language has changed a bit? However, reasonable should mean the same thing.
As a seller your list price should be saying "Make me an offer - not too excessive or immoderate." (Why not too excessive? Unless it is a cash deal it must appraise at the purchase price!)
I wonder if Goldilocks had used the same reasoning the story would have read "not too hot, not too cold, just reasonable"
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